Conventional Testing
  • Radiography by X – Ray Crawler,
  • Close- Proximity (Se – 75)  
  • Manual Ultrasonic Testing ( MUT),
  • Conventional Radiography Testing(Ir–192 / Co – 60 / X Ray),
  • Liquid Penetrant Testing (LPT),
  • Magnetic Particle Testing (MPT),
  • Wire rope Testing,
  • Helium Leak Testing,
  • Positive Material Identification(PMI),
  • Hardness Testing,
  • Visual testing
  • Equipped with the world’s-best X-Ray Crawler technology and experienced personnel, we offer you the advantages of high radio-graphic quality, high imaging sensitivity, low failure rate and high work efficiency. Our experts have perfected this world-acclaimed technique owing to advanced technology and years of experience.
  • At IXAR, we understand your need to have a proper storage and easy accessibility in obtaining the films. That’s why, we make the most of the latest technologies to meet your requirements. With KODAK LS75 and LS85 High-Resolution Laser Film Digitizer, we deliver high performance, image quality and reliability. In the process, our experts capture film images, which are later converted to high resolution digital images. All in all, it ensures high degree of precision, excellent density resolution and precision, and spatial resolution.
  • With a restricted area of radiation, Close Proximity Radiography significantly reduces the radiation risk and eliminates the need to evacuate the work area. So, the testing doesn't affect the production targets and daily work schedules. Apart from making the most of the latest technology and systems, our personnel utilize SELENIUM-75 radioactive isotopes to provide high quality radio-graphs.
  • Manual Ultrasonic Testing is ideal for flaw detection/evaluation, dimensional measurements and material characterization. It uses high frequency sound energy to conduct examinations and make measurements. Our experts make sure this quick, non-intrusive and cost effective inspection is also reliable with advanced testing equipment like Einstein TFT – II, Krautkramer's and others.
  • Liquid Penetrant Testing is best-suited to detect surface breaking defects in any non-porous material, metallic and non-metallic surfaces. Through this technique, our experts evaluate the condition and quality of a component. With a wide variety of penetrant materials and a custom-made fluorescent penetrant inspection system, we provide both field and lab testing, with high volume processing of many different parts with both fluorescent and visible penetrants.
  • Our experts utilize Magnetic Particle Testing to detect surface and near surface flaws and defects. It is fast and relatively easy to apply, and surface preparation is not as critical as compared to other NDT methods. We offer both on-site and in-house services as per your requirement.
  • Our professionals test the condition and estimate the remaining service life of a wire rope through Wire Rope Testing. We start with monitoring the wire rope’s production process, then determine the parameters by load tests in our workshops and extend to non-destructive testing of installed wire ropes.
  • At IXAR, we specialize in Helium Leak Testing, which is a very sensitive and quantifiable test. It is reliable and best-suited to be integrated into the manufacturing process. Our personnel ensure that this highly sensitive and technical method is robust and works efficiently as part of a production line.
  • We employ positive Material identification service with an onsite inspection and testing team that has multiple highly sophisticated handheld/portable X-Ray Florescence spectrometers. This method is suited to measure the composition of the materials, non-destructive and accurately.
  • IXAR also provides mobile hardness testing is on the advance, as it represents a quick, economical and dependable way to measure hardness. Hardness testing is understood as the resistance of a material against the vertical penetration of a body by a material of greater hardness. The hardness of a material is determined by forcing an indenter into the surface of the material under load and then measuring the indentation size, or the backward bounce speed and distance of the plunger applied. There are three principal standard test methods for expressing the relationship between hardness and the size of the impression, these being Brinell, Vickers, and Rockwell.